We apply the newest neuroscientific facts and technologies to human growth and well-being.
While neuroscience is the main speciality of DAncing Einstein, we also respect diverse wisdoms of the great men from the past as well as the knowledges and voices of the current players of the real world. We bridge them together to create new ideas that could help this planet become a slightly happier place.
Not only do we play an active part in the world of education but also participate in projects related to art, sports, space design, developing softwares and hardwares, Zen, and so forth. We try not to divide each of the fields, but instead enjoy the chaos that is produced by the mixtures like our noble brains' super complex neural circuits.
What is "happiness" anyway? How can we define it? How can we find it? The answers to these questions should differ among each and every one of us.
Because we are all unique individuals with different genes, different environmental backgrounds and different brains, the ways we sense "happiness" should differ as well.
"Happiness" is an actual phenomenon (reaction) that occurs within our bodies/brains. Some of them are too subtle that many people fall to notice that it's happening. In a way, "happiness" is a skill to recognize these small but certain reactions. It is also a skill to convert negativity to positivity or to find positiveness in a negative situation. Environmental and genetical factors are important factors that we cannot ignore, but our brains have the ability to overcome even the harshest moments if we acquire these skills. Yes, these aren't skills that are predetermined in one's DNA but are skills that can be acquired.
How can we acquire these skills, then? How can we support people to become happy and realize their well-beings? By the help of neuroscience and with the creative ideas of our unique members, we strive to produce "happy" products and services that everyone can make use of. We are very lucky that we live in an era where so many new technologies are developing to support our yet-accomplished projects.
In addition to our passion, curiosity is a major driving force that we value. Each individual's curiosity is special, and instead of having everyone learn the same things, we think that the world will become much more colorful and beautiful if each one of us respect and follow the sense of wonder that underlies within us. Therefore, our projects are mostly dopamine-based (dopamine is a fun substance that makes us feel excited and not just that but actually promotes our growth), and we really are striving to make this world a slightly happier place to live.
Our unpredicitable but definitely exciting journey has just begun. Come join our crew if anything sparks your heart (brain)!
We are open to all kinds of projects that can lead to people's well-being and growth.
Over 20k people have participated in our lectures. We provide lectures for companies, public/private events, schools, and also anyone who is interested.
Theme examples (all from a neuroscientific perspective): Well-being, Stress, Motivation, Creativity, Ability To Focus (Concentration), Meta-cognition, Growth Mindset, etc.
Neuroscience is a science of humans. Therefore, the knowledge can be applied to any kind of field in which humans are involved. We have given lectures and consultation to Sony, Panasonic, Siemens Healthineers, Toppan, JT, Teach For Japan, Starbucks, and many more.
We have several joint projects with other partner companies. Our CEO, Mizuto Aoto, is also an external director of InTrip, a company with Toryo Ito as a Representative Director Monk (of "Zen").